My husband and I have been coming here for well over ten years and have eaten both outside and inside. We sat outside at one of four tables and watched as both a male and female waiter/waitress attended to the three other tables. No one acknowledged that we were there. No, I'll be right with you, I'll tell someone you are here or I'll get you a menu. After awhile, I went inside I said: "Would it be possible to get some menus"? I was met with the following response from a not so nice woman inside: "Oh, where are you sitting"? "You have to come inside to tell us that you are seated outside". Told her we have been coming for years and that was never the case before and besides, two of you waitstaff saw we were outside and NO ONE said :You need to go inside first. There is no sign telling patrons to go inside first. They have some obscure little wooden reserved sign in a basket on the table with a scrunched up post it note that says to see someone inside. So, 1st you have to find the reserved sign in the basket and have to guess that the table is not in fact reserved but you need to find the note at the bottom so you know to come inside. Who ever thought this one up is a pure genius! Every time I saw a waitstaff come outside and go back in I thought surely someone will tell someone we are outside but no such luck. We had our dog with us so the whole point of choosing to eat outside was so we wouldn't need to bring the dog inside. The one and only saving grace about this place is how nice it is to be seated outdoors along the Delaware. The food was mediocre at best. It was once pretty decent. So, no I would not recommend The Bridge Cafe until the owner and waitstaff get their act together. Very disappointed. I can see from the review before me that I am not the only one who was met with rude and indifferent service.
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